Fuel Poverty

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Since the beginning of April, Kingdom Housing Association’s Tenancy Sustainment Team has delivered over £50,000 worth of direct financial support to tenants with fuel debts. Funds were accessed through the Social Housing Fuel Support Fund provided by the Scottish Government and delivered

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An innovative battery storage project in Dumfries and Galloway has seen energy bills drop by more than half in some households. Warmworks Scotland secured funding from SP Energy Networks’ Green Economy Fund to deliver an innovative battery storage project to help reduce energy costs in 133 hom

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Scotland’s national advice hub, Advice Direct Scotland, is now providing Scots with free energy advice to help them deal with bills and suppliers. Following the recent devolution of consumer powers, Advice Direct Scotland has taken on the Scottish Government-supported delivery of energy advice

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The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has formed a strategic partnership with Changeworks and Warmworks to provide its members with increased expertise and support on improving energy efficiency and tackling fuel poverty. Changeworks is Scotland’s leading environmental charity

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Link Group has recently engaged with students from the University of Edinburgh Business School as part of an innovative project to tackle fuel poverty in Scotland. Students as Change Agents, created by the University’s Careers Service and hosted within the Data Driven Innovation programme of t

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People's Energy Company, the first Community Interest Company energy supplier, has announced new appointments to its senior leadership team. In light of recent business growth, People’s Energy has introduced the new roles of chief operating officer, chief information officer, and chief people

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A number of companies are operating across East Renfrewshire to install measures to help make homes more energy efficient at reduced or no cost through the availability of funding or grants. Improvement measures can include installing new boilers, putting in wall and floor insulation, and more.

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Argyll and Bute Council has received an additional £2.3 million from the Scottish Government’s Energy Efficient Scotland: Area Based Scheme Programme to help reduce fuel poverty in the area. The grant will be used by Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA), in partnership with Argyll

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Almond Housing Association (AHA) has created a package of support for those who are experiencing increased fuel costs and are struggling with the pressures brought on by the pandemic and subsequent restrictions. The pandemic has required people to spend more time at home and their energy costs are r

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Kingdom Housing Association has teamed up with Energy Action Scotland and local food poverty organisation EATS Rosyth to provide a low-cost alternative to cooking at home for tenants struggling with their fuel bills. The Association has purchased 15 top of the range pressure cookers which provide lo

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